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Old 04-14-2014, 10:12 AM   #1
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It's BBQ season again!

Here's a simple, tasty recipe for charcoal grillin that will have them begging for more!

What you will need:
Put chicken, oil and generous amount of rub in a ziplock bag or snap-tight container. Shake well to get the rub evenly distributed. Set aside for at least 1 hour.
Prepare grill with charcoal piled off to one side for indirect cooking.
While charcoal is primed for cooking soak pecan wood chunks in water.
Once grill is ready, apply half of soaked pecan wood chunks directly to coals and put the seasoned chicken on the grill opposite the hot side.
Cover grill and keep it that way when not tending the chicken or smoke.
Flip the chicken every 10 minutes and add pecan wood when the smoke subsides.
Remove chicken when done and eat!

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